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Duncannon Travel guide
Duncannon : Michelin's recommendations
This small seaside village, partly built on a peninsula, boasts a beautiful sandy beach. The fort (1.2ha), built for defensive purposes in the 12C by the Anglo-Normans, was reinforced in 1588 to resist the Spanish Armada. In 1690 both James II and William III took ship from Duncannon following the Battle of the Boyne.
Tourist attractions Duncannon : Things to see and do
Saltmills IRL - Duncannon
The Cistercian abbey, now in ruins, was formerly affiliated to Tintern Abbey, in the Welsh county of Monmouthshire, whence its name. It was founded in 1200 by Earl Marshal William de Clare as an act of thanksgiving after he managed to escape from a v..
IRL - Duncannon
New-build house run by cheery owner. Constantly evolving menu offers tasty homemade bread and veg from the kitchen garden. Focus on good value fish and shellfish - the owner's father is a local fisherman - with some Asian and fusion influences. Simpl..
Quay Rd. IRL - Duncannon
Stone-built restaurant; a converted barn standing adjacent to a popular bar in this coastal village. Faux leopard skin banquettes. Modern European cuisine with amiable service.